Happy New Year!

While many people often confuse Vaisakhi as the beginning of the new year, today is the actual Sikh New Year.  It is the first day of the Nanakshahi Calender and Chet is the first month.  Today is also Sikh Environment Day, a campaign initiated by Eco Sikh and its volunteers throughout the globe and celebrated on the Gurgadi of Guru Har Rai Ji.

Chet (1)

“Chet” from Barah Maha Calender

What will your new year’s resolutions be?  What Sikh ideals will you plant today and seek growth of throughout the year?


Image from “A Lion’s Mane”

Barah Maha Calender via Sikh Foundation

A Lion’s Mane by Navjot Kaur via Saffron Press

bookmark bookmark bookmark bookmark bookmark bookmark bookmark bookmark bookmark bookmark bookmark bookmark

3 Responses to “Happy New Year!”

  1. jasmeet says:

    happy new year to all :)

  2. For effective learning every students should be responsible and, sincere and passionate regarding their studies. It is very important for them to make their good study habits. They should make their proper schedule for studies.

  3. jassica says:

    Everything a human getting does in the normal day features a grave result of technology about it. Starting from your morning for the night, technology can be a constant companion with the human beings. It is definitely a section of human living, though really nascent plus aglobalworldtechnology.org
    India will be technological and also scientifically improving. It's excelling in virtually every field regarding science and also technology. Media inventions, findings, achievements are typical in the particular technology media and existing affairs regarding science.science-n-technology.net
    China Engineering ETF could be the Greenest field among every one of the ETF's in which belongs to be able to China. China provides earned itself a huge and strong name inside the technology areas. The maximum yield regarding returns continues to be associated using this ETF because the demand regarding Smartphone's areas itself by using an upward way.playtechnology.net

Leave a Reply

We love hearing from our visitors, so please do leave your comments! No profanity, name calling, or discrimination, please - we try to keep The Langar Hall a clean, open, and hate-free zone. We reserve the right to edit or remove inappropriate comments.